Tag Archive for: testicular cancer

Testicular Cancer Awareness Month: Facts About Testicular Cancer

By Barry M. Zisholtz, M.D. Testicular cancer is a relatively uncommon disease, but, for some unknown reason, the incidence has been increasing over the last 50 years. There are approximately six new cases per 100,000 men in this country, which correlates with approximately 9,910 new cases per year. To help raise your awareness of your […]

Testicular Cancer: A Patient’s Journey

In late 2019, Charles Farmer, a 29-year-old project manager, began experiencing progressive pain in his groin area, hoping it would subside. The pain continued over the course of several months, and he eventually decided to visit a doctor. Unfortunately, Farmer heard the dreaded word no patient wants to hear: Cancer. After being diagnosed with testicular […]

Prevent Urologic Cancers from Affecting You and Your Family

By Dr. Barry M. Zisholtz, M.D., F. A. C. S. Urologists treat many different types of cancers. The most common cancer we see is prostate cancer. However, our patients also present with bladder, kidney, penile and testicular cancer and occasionally some other very rare types cancers. There are lots of studies and recommendations on how to […]